Seagate selects Exertis as first UK distributor of new cloud storage service

Current UK data storage and management spending has been labelled “unsustainable” as the duo aim to ease these costs

Kelsey Rees
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Ravi Naik, Executive Vice President of storage services and CIO at Seagate
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Ravi Naik, Executive Vice President of storage services and CIO at Seagate

Exertis has been named as the first UK distributor to add Seagate Lyve Cloud to its roster.  The storage as a service offering is built to enable multi-cloud freedom, allowing the customers to r...

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